At the Branson Central Dinner Theatre, 625 S State Highway 165 (next to the Acrobats of China Theatre; at Green Mountain Drive & Highway 165)
9th Branson season and a new show location in 2012!
November 2012 update: December 27 is the last 2012 show – and possibly the last show for awhile. The final show is going to be a special event with special guests Katie Horn Lawson, former band members, 4 fiddle players and John Fullerton on mandolin. The final show will run longer than normal. Make reservations now!
The Horn family, also known as the Riders of the Circle B, have been singin', playin' and servin' up tasty meals in Branson since November 2004. This season, 2012, is their 9th Branson season!
The Riders are serving up chuckwagon chow and good ole' cowboy music – plus some Celtic & Irish tunes – evenings at 5:00 pm (doors open at 4:15 pm). The Riders are also joined by two-time Louisiana State Fiddle Champion Louis Darby, John Fullerton and vocalist Earl Vaughn (formerly with The Baldknobbers for 20 years).
New in 2011 & 2012: Tribute to Ireland, including Irish step dancing!
The Horn Family's Riders of the Circle B serve the food right to your table on old-fashioned tin plates. It's a delicious meal, featuring unlimited sides and the new homemade Rodeo Spuds – diced and tossed in spices for 8 seconds! Mmmmm....
Arrive early for FREE popcorn and cowboy movies and shows on the big screens.
Supper and show is all done in two hours--so you're done in plenty of time to get to your next appointment. Or make the Riders of the Circle B your main evening entertainment for an early night.
Click here to watch Christiana Horn-O'Rourke sing "Cowboy Take Me Away." Just beautiful!
This show is a hoot! You will have fun.
Shows are at 5:00 pm; March 1 through December 27, 2012. (remember to arrive early, about 4:15 pm or so, for FREE popcorn & cowboy movies). You'll be done by 7:00 pm.
Historical notes for Riders of the Circle B: Previous address Circle B Chuckwagon Theatre, 200 Jess Jo Parkway (across Highway 76 from the Grand Palace) Back in 2004, the Horn Family purchased and redecorated the former Dinner Bell restaurant right on "The Strip" (Highway 76). They turned it into an air-conditioned, yet rustic, chuckwagon supper and cowboy music venue. Along with their new theater, they took on a new name – the Riders of the Circle B (formerly called the Circle B Chuckwagon Supper & Cowboy Music Show).